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Course Number: ISE218 

National College 

Revised 8-9-12 



Syllabus 

ISE218: Network Infrastructure Configuration 

Credit Hours: 4 
Prerequisites: ISE205 



Course Description 



Students taking this course will obtain the knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, manage, maintain 
and troubleshoot IPv4 and IPv6 network addressing, Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP), Domain Name 
Services (DNS), Routing and Remote Access Services (RRAS), File and storage services, Print Services, Network 
Access Protection (NAP) and other elements of a Microsoft Windows Server 2008 network infrastructure. 

This course is designed to help students prepare for and pass Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist 
Examination 70-642. 



Instructor Contact Information 


Instructor Name 


Gerard Arthus 


Instructor Email 


Garthus801@gmail.com 


Instructor Phone 


Home - 574-855-1617 Cell - 631-335-5250 



Course Length 



The college evaluates each course in terms of quarter hours of credit. One unit of credit is usually equivalent to a 
minimum often academic instruction hours of lecture and examination, twenty hours of skill development, or 
thirty hours of externship, or a combination of the three. An academic instructional hour is fifty minutes. 

This class will meet for the equivalent of a minimum of five (5) instructional hours or as otherwise scheduled by 
the college and at least in conformance with this minimum and the Syllabus. As specified by the Method of 
Instruction section of this Outline, the instructor will ensure that the total class sessions presented consist of a 
minimum of 44 direct faculty instruction hours and a maximum of 11 appropriate classroom activity hours. 

All course offerings require outside preparation time, which is approximately two hours per lecture instructional 
hour and/or one hour per skill development instructional hour, depending on the background, interest, abilities, 
and motivation of the individual student. 



Course Objectives 



By the end of this course, you should be able to: 

1. Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing in a Windows Server 2008 network infrastructure. 

2. Install and configure Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP) and the DHCP Server Role in a Windows 
Server 2008 network infrastructure. 

3. Install and configure Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) in a Windows Server 2008 network 
infrastructure. 

4. Plan a Windows Server 2008 installation and install Windows Server 2008. 

5. Perform initial configuration tasks, configure basic network settings, configure the Windows Firewall, 
select and add Windows Server 2008 additional features, and configure storage options. 

6. Understand, install and manage the Windows 2008 Server Core from the command line. 

7. Backup, restore and reconcile the DHCP database. 

8. Install and configure a Domain Name System (DNS) server. 

9. Understand and configure DNS zones and replication. Configure DNS records and configure name 
resolution for clients. 

10. Configure wireless access options using RRAS. 

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Syllabus 

11. Configure a file server and understand and configure the Distributed File System (DFS). 

12. Understand printing in a Windows Server 2008 network including the Enhanced Metafile (EMF) and 
XML Paper Specification (XPS). 

13. Deploy, configure and manage a Print Server and print services. 

14. Understand the Windows Server 2008 Performance Monitor and use the Performance Monitor to 
capture performance data. 

15. Understand the Windows Event Viewer and use the Windows Event Viewer to monitor event logs. 

16. Use the Network Monitor to gather network data. 

17. Understand and configure Windows Server Update Services (WSUS). 

18. Understand the IPSec suite of security protocols and the role of IPSec in securing network traffic. 

19. Configure IPSec, network authentication and Windows Firewall. 

20. Understand the components of Windows Server 2008 Network Access Protection (NAP). 

21. Understand and implement Active Directory Certificate Services. 

22. Deploy and configure NAP. 

23. Maintain Windows Server 2008 File Services: Configure and maintain Shadow Copy Services and disk 
quotas. 

24. Configure Windows Server 2008 backup and restore. 



Gradebook 



A student's performance in this course will be evaluated using a variety of factors listed below. Instructors must 
use a minimum of three (homework, tests, and a final exam are required), and it is recommended that 
instructors use all five areas in your evaluation. 

The exact weight to be given to any particular area is determined by the instructor and will normally fall within 
the ranges listed below. 



Area 


Percentage for 
this Course 


Suggested Range 






Final Exam 


25% 


20 - 25% 


Tests 


40% 


20 - 40% 


Homework 


15% 


10 - 15% 


Project/Research Paper 


10% 


20 - 25% 


Class Participation 


10% 


10 - 15% 


TOTAL 


100% 





Letter Grade 


Points 


Explanation 


A 


94-100 


Excellent 


B 


84-93 


Above Average 


C 


74-83 


Average 


D 


64-73 


Below Average 


F 


63 & Below 


Failure 



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Revised 8-9-12 



Syllabus 



Textbook & Instructional Material 



70-642: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration , Microsoft Official Academic Course with 
Wiley PLUS, Wiley Publishing, 2010 

LabSim 70-642 Configuring Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure , TestOut Corporation 

The instructor might utilize additional instructional materials as provided by the publisher. 



Course Outline 



Term: 127 



Class Date: 

Lesson 1: Introduction to Networking Concepts 


Homework Due Date: 1 7 November 201 2 


In Class Activities 


Homework 


Lesson 1 

Do all of the Knowledge Assessment Questions in this 

week's chapter. 

Install VMWare Workstation 9 and create 4 virtual 

machines running Windows Server 2008. 

Lab 1 in manual. 


Read chapter 1 in the textbook and all the materials 
posted on the web-assist site; and do the Discussion 
Forum posted on Web-Site for this week. 


Class Date: 

Lesson 2: Installing Microsoft Windows Server 

2008 


Homework Due Date: 1 7 November 201 2 


In Class Activities 


Homework 


Lesson2 

Do all of the Knowledge Assessment Questions in this 

week's chapter. 

Lab 2 in manual. 


Read chapter 2 in the textbook and all the materials 
posted on the web-assist site; and do the Discussion 
Forum posted on Web-Site for this week. 


Class Date: 

Lesson 3: Configuring and Managing the DHCP 

Server Role 


Homework Due Date: 1 7 November 201 2 


In Class Activities 


Homework 



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Lesson 3 

Do all of the Knowledae Assessment Questions in this 

week's chapter. 

Lab 3 in manual. 


Read chapter 3 in the textbook and all the materials 
posted on the web-assist site; and do the Discussion 
Forum posted on Web-Site for this week. 


Class Date: 

Lesson 4: Configuring and Managing the DNS 

Server Role 


Homework Due Date: 1 7 November 201 2 


In Class Activities 


Homework 


Lesson 4 

Do all of the Knowledae Assessment Questions in this 

week's chapter. 

Lab 4 in manual. 


Read chapter 4 in the textbook and all the materials 
posted on the web-assist site; and do the Discussion 
Forum posted on Web-Site for this week. 


Class Date: 

Lesson 5: Configuring and Managing Routing and 

Remote Access (RRAS) and Wireless Networking 


Homework Due Date: 1 7 November 201 2 


In Class Activities 


Homework 


Lesson 5 

Do all of the Knowledae Assessment Questions in this 

week's chapter. 

Lab 5 in manual. 


Read chapter 5 in the textbook and all the materials 
posted on the web-assist site; and do the Discussion 
Forum posted on Web-Site for this week. 


Class Date: 

Lesson 6: Configuring File Services 


Homework Due Date: 1 7 November 201 2 


In Class Activities 


Homework 


Lesson 6 

Do all of the Knowledae Assessment Questions in this 


Read chapter 6 in the textbook and all the materials 
posted on the web-assist site; and do the Discussion 



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week's chapter. 
Lab 6 in manual. 


Forum posted on Web-Site for this week. 


Class Date: 

Lesson 7: Configuring Print Services 


Homework Due Date: 1 7 November 201 2 


In Class Activities 


Homework 


Lesson 7 

Do all of the Knowledae Assessment Questions in this 

week's chapter. 

Lab 7 in manual. 


Read chapter 7 in the textbook and all the materials 
posted on the web-assist site; and do the Discussion 
Forum posted on Web-Site for this week. 


Class Date: 

Lesson 8: Maintaining and Updating Windows 

Server 2008 


Homework Due Date: 1 7 November 201 2 


In Class Activities 


Homework 


Lesson 8 

Do all of the Knowledae Assessment Questions in this 

week's chapter. 

Lab 8 in manual. 


Read chapter 8 in the textbook and all the materials 
posted on the web-assist site; and do the Discussion 
Forum posted on Web-Site for this week. 


Class Date: 

Lesson 9: Securing Data Transmission and 

Authentication 


Homework Due Date: 1 7 November 201 2 


In Class Activities 


Homework 


Lesson 9 

Do all of the Knowledae Assessment Questions in this 

week's chapter. 

Lab 9 in manual. 


Read chapter 9 in the textbook and all the materials 
posted on the web-assist site; and do the Discussion 
Forum posted on Web-Site for this week. 



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Class Date: 

Lesson 10: Maintaining Network Health 


Homework Due Date: 1 7 November 201 2 


In Class Activities 


Homework 


Lesson 1 and 1 1 

Do all of the Knowledae Assessment Questions in this 

week's chapter. 

Lab 10 and 11 in manual. 


Read chapters 10 and 1 1 in the textbook and all the 
materials posted on the web-assist site; and do the 
Discussion Forum posted on Web-Site for this week. 


Class Date: 

Lesson 11: Maintaining Windows Server 2008 

File Services 


Homework Due Date: 17 November 2012Lesson1 


In Class Activities 


Homework 


Final Exam and Project 


No homework this week 



This course has an in-class final exam. Final exam date: 
Additional Final Exam Information: 



Method of Instruction 



Instructional techniques must be appropriate, and at a collegiate level, to the specific goals and objectives cited 
above. Students and instructors must have a clear understanding of the goals and time requirements of this 
course, the nature of the course context, and method of evaluation. 



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Course Number: ISE218 

National College 

Revised 8-9-12 

Syllabus 
This course has two distinct but related instructional phases. The first component constitutes a minimum of 44 
direct faculty instruction hours. This component is the lecture series and provides instruction in theory, principles 
or practices of the course. The second component constitutes a maximum of 11 appropriate classroom activity 
hours. This component is the skill development phase of the course and provides students the opportunity to 
apply knowledge gained in the lecture series. Method of instruction must fulfill the intended learner outcomes and 
competencies stated in the course goals and objectives and are appropriate to the capabilities of the students. 
For career oriented courses, the instructor must demonstrate that an effective relationship exists between 
curricular content and current practices in the field. 



Additional Class Notes 



Go to http://www.openeducation.org/moodle to use the Web-Assisted site for this course. Quizzes and discussion 
forums will be completed on-line at this site. 



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